Leon's Burgundy @ Medlar (The Medlar, London): Pale gold. Nicely fresh nose, a touch of flint and smoke. Rounded, quite fat across the attack. Richer than the Sauzet initially tough it des tighten up after an hour or so, focussing and becoming more mineral. ****
Beautiful nose that is more suggestive of Puligny than Meursault. High-toned with apple and citric notes and a touch of nuttiness. Intense and vibrant in the mouth. Fantastic balance of rich, very ripe fruit with the bright acidity. A monstrous wine that is only beginning to reach its peak. The Meursault like qualities are complemented and even a bit overwhelmed by Puligny-ness. This will be a wine for the ages.
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